Register with us or sign in
seen them in Wales near Lampeter,quite a few,and in Norfolk.
I have grown it on a earth mat and just watered ,need to eat it before it goes tough and dont plant it,it grows in river and streams so your changing its habit,best to eat from the supermarket and sow some seesds.
I have often found that hidden treasure as your clearing up for winter and it always lovely to find a flower blooming or growing when you thought you lost it.and I thought the bulbs i bought were nerver going to flower and they have,lovrly white flowers with a purple center much like a day lily,that was a surprise.
pryagantha,lovely for birds and lovely white flowers in spring plus good protection.
raised flower bed box or veg.or seat covered in camoille.
oats a good way of lowering that old thing called closterol,groan.
I do not know but if you find the answer let me know ,I have two I planted recently and no flowers ,My neighbours which comes through the fence flowers and my winter jasmine is just showing its yellow flowers.It may need time to establish or cutting back or not toomuch feed.
Craneflies have a very short life how ever horrid they are and starlings love to eat the grubs of these gritters.keep the windows shut at dusk is one way of avoiding .
My own Quince jam on porridge followed by my own blackcurrant juice and of course a cuppa.
I too had a willow that grew from a cutting and it got too big for the garden dispite being cut back but it did after being cut down and the trunk left in the garden as seat ,devolope the honey fungus on it for awhile.I think it might of sucummed to this if we had left it as it was going pale green with black spotson the leaves but more than this it would of been better to of got rid of the remains either by burning or a trip to the tip.